The Pantech Pursuit II is an AT&T branded affordable portrait QWERTY-sliding Brew-Mobile platform feature phone, packed with a smooth design in shape like its predecessor, and it would be the perfect option for those who who texing messages.
The Pantech Pursuit II comes with Brew MP 1.0.2 OS, featuring a 2.8” touchscreen display with 240 X 320 (QVGA) resolution, full slide-out vertical QWERTY keyboard, powered by 230MHz QSC 6270 ARM9 single-core processor, equipped with 2.0 megapixel digital camera with camcorder, fixed focus, 4X digital zoom, pre-loaded social media widgets, Bluetooth, micro-USB 2.0, micro-SD card slot support for memory expansion up to 32GB, and much more.
Full Technical Specifications Of Pantech Pursuit II
|2G Network||GSM 850, 900, 1800, 1900 MHz|
|3G Network||HSDPA/UMTS 850, 1900 MHz|
|L x B x H||101 x 61 x 15 mm|
|Type||TFT Capacitive Touch Screen|
|Resolution||240 X 320 Pixels|
|Input/ User Interface||Multi Touch|
Full Slide-Out Vertical QWERTY Keyboard
|Operating System||Brew MP 1.0.2|
|CPU||230MHz QSC 6270 ARM9 Processor|
|Expandable Memory||micro-SD card support for memory expansion up to 32GB|
|Browser & Messaging||HTML, Flash|
MMS, SMS, IM, Email, RSS
|Still||– 2 Megapixels|
– Digital Zoom
|Bluetooth||v2.1 with EDR Stereo|
|USB||v2.0 Micro USB|
|Headset||3.5mm stereo headset jack|
|Radio||FM Radio (76-108MHz) with RDS|
|Video & Audio|
|Video Formats||MP3, WAV, MIDI, AAC, AAC+, eAAC+|
|Audio Formats||H.263, H.264, MPEG4|
|Type||Li-Ion Standard Battery|
|Talk Time||Up to 3 Hours|
|Standby Time||Up to 250 Hours|
|Other Features||Turn-By-Turn Navigation|
|Colors Availability||Pink, Green|
Price & Availability
The Pantech Pursuit II will be hitting the AT&T markets across the U.S., starting July 17th with a price tag of $49.99 with a two-year agreement and a qualifying rate plan after $50 mail-in rebate.
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The specifications are incorrect. They say that this phone comes with a 3.5mm headphone jack. That’s false. You need to buy a separate adapter in order to use regular headphones.